Sponsored by Deloitte
Sponsored by KPMG USThe modern tax department is a strategic powerhouse, deserving of a more prominent seat at the C-suite table, say Brad Brown, Greg Engel and Rema Serafi of KPMG in the US.
Sponsored by KPMG GlobalThe days of tax being just a private compliance issue for tax teams are long gone; tax transparency is now a core pillar of sustainability, say Jenny Wong of KPMG Australia and Loek Helderman of KPMG International.
Pillar two might be top of mind for many multinational companies, but the huge variations between countries’ readiness means getting ahead of the game now, argues Russell Gammon, chief solutions officer at Tax Systems.
Caroline Setliffe and Ben Shem-Tov of Eversheds Sutherland give an overview of the US transfer pricing penalty regime and UK diverted profits tax considerations for multinational companies.
In an exclusive interview with ITR, Deborah O’Neill says the PwC Australia tax leaks scandal has revealed an industry rife with malpractice and that she’s not going to stand for it.
Access to more company information, increasingly aggressive tax authorities, and global reform negotiations nearing their end are just some of the factors behind a heightened risk of controversy, say the tax directors and practitioners who spoke to Ralph Cunningham.
Taxpayers should look beyond the headline criteria of the simplification regime to ensure that their arrangements meet the arm’s-length standard, say Alejandro Ces and Mark Seddon of the EY New Zealand transfer pricing team.
Brazil’s new treaty shows an effort to align tax law with OECD standards, say local lawyers Allan Fallet and Ariene Reis, who list some of the agreement’s key provisions.
Sponsored by Deloitte
Simón Somohano and Francisco Díaz of Deloitte S-LATAM explain the changes for maquiladoras after the repeal of advance pricing agreements as a compliance option and the implications for Mexico’s competitiveness as a manufacturing location.
Sponsored by Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados
Maria do Carmo Leitmann of Morais Leitão discusses the controversial and discriminatory implications of Portugal’s Banking Sector Surcharge on foreign credit institutions’ branches.
Sponsored by KPMG China
Lewis Lu of KPMG China discusses the extended and enhanced tax incentives designed to stimulate China’s economy.
Sponsored by Mason Rak
Accelerating careers for tax Superstars: in conversation with Oleg Rak, managing partner of Mason Rak
ITR sat down with the founder and managing partner of Mason Rak, a specialist tax recruitment firm, to discuss what makes a tax Superstar and how to best position top-level professionals for that next big career move.
Sponsored by Ritch Mueller
Oscar A López Velarde and Jesus Martín Corona González of Ritch Mueller explain the tax-related benefits of FIBRAs, a Mexican investment vehicle tailored to an evolving sector.
Sponsored by Russell McVeagh
Greg Neill and Young-chan Jung of Russell McVeagh preview some of the corporate tax issues to be intensely debated during New Zealand’s upcoming general election, including those regarding commercial real estate, GST and foreign investment.
Sponsored by Gatti Pavesi Bianchi Ludovici
Paolo Ludovici and Andrea Gallizioli of Gatti Pavesi Bianchi Ludovici comment on the ‘Delegation Law’ recently passed by the Italian Parliament, which provides for a broad revision of the tax residence of natural persons.
Sponsored by KPMG Sweden
Property tax is a considerable yearly expense for commercial property owners in Sweden. Rebaz Wahab of KPMG Sweden reports on a recent judgment from the Administrative Court of Appeal in Gothenburg that offers additional guidance on how soil contamination may affect property tax valuation.
Sponsored by GNV Consulting
Benjamin Simatupang and Julius Wahyu Daryono of GNV Consulting summarise recent legislative developments in Indonesia regarding the analysis of concrete data, customs re-examination, and the procedures for issuing tax assessment and tax collection notices.